I was dreaming about the beach or something to do with Cape May when the dream segued to an exterior view of a house, an old house. A teenage boy was looking up at the roof and, in the dream, I was watching.
Though their stay here was minimal, the aesthetic influences of the Dutch are never more prevalent than in springtime when the city decks itself in an array of tulips honoring those two early explorers, Henry Hudson and Cornelis or Cornelius, depending on the reference source, Mey.
Persnickety Chef Celebrates His 100th Column with recipes for a Chive and Goat Cheese Omelet, Fried Tomatoes with Crab Gravy, Sole Meunière and Shad with Oyster and Bacon Hash.
The Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May held a Chili and Chowder Cook-Off, Saturday, March 12th at Congress Hall. Chefs, both amateur and professional, participated in this second annual event. All proceeds benefit Cape May food banks. And the Winners of the Annual Chili & Chowder Cookoff are: Drum roll, please!!! Best Home Chef… Read more »
Hidden Valley Ranch celebrated “We Are Over the Winter Hump” with a beef and beer benefit on Saturday, Feb. 26 at the Cape May VFW. The evening also included a 50/50, music, and an All You Can Eat buffet. All proceeds benefited the non-profit riding association. Hidden Valley will also be holding a Spring Festival… Read more »